Rémy Di Gregorio
|Full name||Rémy Di Gregorio|
July 31, 1985 |
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||67 kg (148 lb)|
|Current team||Team La Pomme Marseille 13|
|Française des Jeux
Team La Pomme Marseille 13
|Infobox last updated on
11 May 2014
Rémy Di Gregorio (born July 31, 1985) is a French road bicycle racer, who rides for UCI Continental Team La Pomme Marseille 13. He has previously competed professionally for Cofidis in 2012, after moving from Astana after the 2011 season.
He rode his first Tour de France in 2007. He broke his elbow in a crash on the fourth stage. He finished the stage 7m 58s behind the leader and left the race. He broke clear on the 10th stage of the 2008 Tour de France edition, on Bastille Day, and led until the final climb.
On 10 July 2012, the first rest day of the 2012 Tour de France, Remi di Gregorio was arrested by French police on suspicion of doping. In April 2013, it was revealed that Di Gregorio could resume his career, since the products found in his possession at the Tour turned out to be vitamins. Prosecutors said the case was not formally closed. Di Gregorio maintained he has never doped and successfully sued Cofidis for unfair dismissal.
- 5th Overall Tour de l'Ain
- 1st Stage 8 Tour de l'Avenir
- 17th Overall Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
- 10th Overall Tour Méditerranéen
- Combative rider for Stage 10, Tour de France
- 1st Stage 7 Paris-Nice
- 1st Stage 3 Vuelta a Asturias
- 1st Overall Tour of Bulgaria
- 1st Stage 2
- Atkins, Ben (28 October 2013). "Rémy Di Gregorio returns to the peloton in 2014 with La Pomme Marseille". VeloNation (VeloNation LLC). Retrieved 21 December 2013.
- "Di Grégirui swaps Astana for Cofidis". Cycling News. 5 August 2011. Retrieved 26 August 2011.
- "Judicial officials: Tour de France rider Remy Di Gregorio arrested in doping investigation". Retrieved 2012-07-10.[dead link]
- Brecht Decaluwé (9 April 2013). "Di Gregorio cleared to race and threatens to sue Cofidis". Cycling News (Future Publishing Limited). Retrieved 9 April 2013.
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